Jul 12, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
The designers behind Loden Dager were influenced by “Chiapas rebel meets 60s/70s Malibu subculture” for S/S 10. A color palette that tied back to southern California sunsets and south-of-the-border stuccos felt upbeat for a New York season rooted in neutrals so far. Providing a chic wardrobe for warm destinations, the designers looked to fabrics and patterns from Peru, Brazil and Mexico. The suits, tanks and woven shirts managed to look tailored and unstructured at the same time.
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